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Ed Bugos

Ed Bugos


Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010


Ed Bugos is a former stockbroker, founder of GoldenBar.com, one of the original contributing editors to SafeHaven.com and former editor of the Gold & Options Trader. He continues to publish commentary on market and economic trends; and provides gold, economic and mining research to private clients worldwide.

  • Wall Street Dive Stokes Gold Bulls

    Published 11 June 2002 | viewed 2,562 times

    There was lots of second-guessing going on this past week as gold shares dove faster than Al Gore's latest popularity polls. The volatility is likely…

  • Twin Bubbles

    Published 04 June 2002 | viewed 2,758 times

    Dollar and Equity Bubble Taking Turn for the Worst Who didn't see that sell off in the Dow Monday? Looks like we need a fresh…

  • The 911 Scapegoat

    Published 28 May 2002 | viewed 2,617 times

    Some people figured we were under the wrong impression that there was a war going on or something in the business of money with last…

  • Gold Bulls Unite!

    Published 21 May 2002 | viewed 2,595 times

    If it's a bull, prices of the asset, currency, or commodity always rise further than most people expect; in a bear market they always fall…

  • Inefficient Markets

    Published 14 May 2002 | viewed 2,342 times

    The crackdowns are well under way. Regulators are all over Wall Street's mess. Here's the story. Not long after the US government cracked down on…

  • The Broker's Dilemma

    Published 07 May 2002 | viewed 2,496 times

    It is apparent that Wall Street is walking through the valley of the shadow of death, as the well meaning public is increasingly becoming aware…

  • Inflation Breakdown Nears

    Published 28 April 2002 | viewed 2,511 times

    Technically, we can now say that the Amex Gold Bugs Index has entered into a new primary bull market. We only need the other indexes…

  • Converging Crossroads

    Published 22 April 2002 | viewed 2,486 times

    It seemed at that time as if the whole nation had turned stockjobbers. Exchange Alley was every day blocked up by crowds, and Cornhill was…

  • Currency Outlook

    Published 17 April 2002 | viewed 3,412 times

    The Dow Industrials fell through the second of several key supports that still lay ahead, and bulls spent the rest of Monday clawing their way…

  • Gold's Challenge

    Published 08 April 2002 | viewed 2,463 times

    The gold standard failed because a gold standard and central bank cannot coexist. It is as simple as that. That is particularly true when the…

  • Currency Politics and Gold

    Published 01 April 2002 | viewed 2,959 times

    Mr. Greenspan, would you please do something about this (see chart) before it gets outta' hand? Greenspan says, "What would you suggest son?" ?: Well…

  • Capitalism's Paradox, the Fed

    Published 24 March 2002 | viewed 2,463 times

    In all ages, pioneers of new ways of thinking and acting could work only because private property made contempt of the majority's ways possible -…

  • Bush Abandons Strong Dollar

    Published 16 March 2002 | viewed 2,760 times

    The Bush administration has been undermining the pillars of dollar policy under the management of his associates - Mr. O'Neill and Mr. Greenspan - even…

  • The 'Wind-Up'?

    Published 27 February 2002 | viewed 2,900 times

    WEEKLY GLOBAL MARKET REVIEW 08 February 2002 - 22 February 2002 Global Equities LAST ± CHANGE % CHANGE Nikkei 10357 + 671 6.9% Dow Industrials 9968…

  • Here Come the Bad News Bulls...

    Published 21 February 2002 | viewed 2,824 times

    Summary: strong bullish rally emerges out of nowhere in Dow's blue chip cyclicals (after 3pm EST); commodity markets lively despite lagging indexes; Cocoa drinkers switch…

  • Prisoner's Dilemma Has Been Resolved...

    Published 05 February 2002 | viewed 3,047 times

    SUMMARY: Anglogold, and fresh bearish winds in US equities breathe new life into the gold markets; Gold prices only $4 away from $300, while gold…

  • The Money is No Good

    Published 31 January 2002 | viewed 4,065 times

    Originally published November 16, 2001 It has been said, and if not, let it be said here today that the sound money principle as defined…

  • Loonie Susceptible to Panic Sell Off...

    Published 19 January 2002 | viewed 2,696 times

    SUMMARY: CAD could fall faster than the USD; Dow components gradually going the way of EK, MRK, or SBC, as post earnings sell off may…

  • Operation Buy

    Published 18 December 2001 | viewed 2,607 times

    A Treasury coup, with some help from the Bank of Japan Wall Street has been waiting for tomorrow all month long. What's going on tomorrow?…

  • Legacy of 1864

    Published 13 December 2001 | viewed 2,840 times

    "If the American People ever allow the banks to control the issuance of their currency, first by inflation and then by deflation, the banks, and…